Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Vegetables

Argentinian Grilled Eggplant

Argentinians don’t generally dilute their staunchly carnivornian meals with superfluous side dishes or vegetables. However, grilled eggplant has become part of the steak house repertoire. The eggplant of choice is […]

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Lemon-Sesame Asparagus Rafts

Pinning the asparagus stalks into rafts looks cool as all get out and makes them easy to grill and turn.

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Firemen’s Corn

It’s obvious by now that when it comes to grilling corn, I’m a partisan of husk-off grilling. But if anyone were to cause me rethink my position, it’s the pit […]

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Poppers: Stuffed Grill-Roasted Jalapeno Peppers

Some people call them poppers. Others call them rattlesnake or armadillo eggs. But whatever you call them, jalapeño peppers, stuffed with cheese, wrapped in bacon, and grilled with wood smoke […]

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Windy City Mexican Grilled Corn

This may be the most singular grilled corn you’ve ever eaten. I first tasted it at the Maxwell Street Market near the Mexican-American neighborhood of Pilsen in Chicago. Mayonnaise, cheese, […]

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Grilled Corn with Shadon Beni Butter

Despite the wide use of charcoal as a cooking fuel, Trinidadians aren’t particularly keen on grilling. One exception is corn. Stroll through Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain at […]

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Coconut-Grilled Corn (Pod Oeng)

In Cambodia, I was rewarded by some of the best grilled corn I’d ever tasted. Served outside the Angkor Wat temple complex by Sray Much, a grill mistress with an […]

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Roasted Bell Pepper Salad with Anchovies and Garlic

La Brigada, in the San Telmo district, is one of the obligatory stops on a beef eater’s pilgrimage through Buenos Aires, and if with each passing year the tourists seem […]

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Grilled Corn Pudding

For the best results, use farm-stand corn and make the pudding the same day you buy the corn.

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